A7 Radio's "Judean Eve" with Eve Harow
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The Dead Sea and the Little Machtesh, a day enjoying the nature of the Land of Israel. And then, a day with Israeli and German journalists in Gush Etzion. What a week.
To Build and be Built- in both a physical and a spiritual way- is the goal of Livnot U Lehibanot, the 30 year old organization whose home is, where else, but the Holy City of Tzfat. Aharon Botzer, who founded Livnot with his wife Miriam, is proud of what they have accomplished but always looking to future goals and ways to contribute to Israeli society and strengthening Jewish identity. Recent government recognition of the importance of their work in Tzfat has resulted in a grant to help repair their 16th century property and turn it into a visitor's center reflecting that time period. The Kahal, as it will be called, is an exciting new project in line with the Tikkun Olam spirit of Livnot. www.livnot.com
Exactly a year ago 'even' terror wracked Israelis were shocked by the brutality of the forest attack that ended with the death of Kristine Luken. Her friend and tour guide, Kay Wilson, survived the evil rampage and due to her bravery the Palestinian Arab killers were found and brought to justice, putting an end to their rape and murder spree. Kay joins Eve to speak of her ongoing recovery, faith, and her newly published memoirs of what she calls "that terrible, yet very sacred day." A Hasidic proverb- "Fear only two, G-d and the man who has no fear of G-d." She lives both. email@example.com
Eve Harow, host of Judean Eve is a long-time community activist and tour guide from the Judean hills. Her extensive work in Israel advocacy has taken her all over the world. Each week she discusses archaeology, nature and interviews Israelis on current events in the Middle East and the Jewish world. The Judean Eve podcast airs live every Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Israel time on Israel National Radio.